Eureka High School - Le Memoir Yearbook (Eureka, KS)

 - Class of 1949

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H X X ' I ea .M x X rf r l 8- Q-'RM X I xx Ps NN -XXYDRZ X72 any 13:3 DQ-t h . . x X1 X1-. x annu In 01 'nm Nl X , P, ,X L, -,' 8.1 a in 'Cl 'tai' it tl' all in Zia' it ni Fall, with its leaves oi golden brown, or- Finds the kids spread over the town: n"0 e Each in their own little harbor and bavg Starting to school on the iollovling day. Each in his special ieans or govvn, Gofning in irofn country and town: To a little place they call a schoolg Coming to learn the Golden Rule. . 'Chev' re thinking oi the parties a'co1nin' , g'o0TBA gum W oi the initiation, where the boys come a bufnink Eu CHEDU - f if . . . r A oi havrack rides, oi picnics and dances, ek-" Hi 1uw-.vm-.t vruvnl wh . 1 Uh Ei T I ere are started some Sine rofnances. WI 948 . P x lbtf-3 I- xiao .ff V ' lgh. A , oi the teachers, some young, some old, u,:,f "Q --T, Qi ilu' Y,'.xi'n-rllll , v th .He-r, Sofne mild some apt to scold, I:-nm, .Al . n H, I X Sdwox But nevertheless, loving it all, Ftxjbozfrvgd mm 151 'ligne cofnes, time goes, and so goes the iall., 'nqixltfliil . "'Ig-- XiAli'f"'plX A Kansai 'simzmn ' By Nlarv Starner - Hn. rr-yljilp -. Inman , S v dlfl Nlondax Ev ENIQR Mav LG, X CLASS Eight of pff-,Ibn Eureka, F NS DRI t-": PWXCXUOT iid Bug- U NC " I-XI OWL :IS I . V A N13--ard fi.. ' . ER' .:, . - 5-I Allin Spill nhl In . Niaudz QI. . l Hiij T, - "'r.-"7"'f'if. - 55,15 sim, S lf. If. I' ro ' yi, L Lq rt Li RM, Wt. RLYXQOX hxmlll 6 nfl' v lol NU J wf 'm 4' wi ,Q YY3 ' . 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'Y '11, , 'lvl Q Q. A 5 fl .1-r 2 ' , , A . . 1 -vy "' - V . " .w X0 lu XA lv-'tl in XVI V . X , U1 ' yn U ly xwqxxx U 11 F Human or HIIIIIAIIIIN Amo Anwu :sm Tull' --4-me nm 5 maunayyznua 3 4 i I f ' 5 '- "" far e , f N A c H r 'H -5 ' if W, , 1 6 . A at 1 fx bs, 4 f , X. ,I I Wil 5 5 t as I 0 'T .rv K Left to Right: W.C. A- .A ' ' 5 V F y V g Kampschroederg Os - - 1 ,'-. ' ." L 3 car Johnsong E.E. Ja- , cobs, C1erk:M.L. Paul, Presidentg Howard Willoughby, Vice-Presidentg C. :ff E. Betsherg O. K. Cornett. . S 'Hin ' We Through their endeavoring efforts they have strived to make Eureka High School a better place for its students. :Cf 411' fi gkin ...- -.v-- - 22,4 1332 tgp! GPVB -- :HE Zi: 4 S555 'im SW: Ni 336 ff if id t 55? .ti , in Ailim-Sf,.i ' . mv Qtefnfpfstazrisz ,LL 1 .,es2?,.SG1'wQi-2s41f32,Qf?eg gif. 4 vw xa.:fgQ:fg-WM' K' -Hifi' ar: . . . . . . f:A'. 'I Through their ability and cooperation in understandlng and ad- -,.fQ,"4jffi 2- 'Yar .,.,.""fM. .4 vising the students of E.H.S., they have extended their efforts in . . Ei "fx ,.'7, fi- VM.','512-3 a i"',- if'- makmg this another happy and successful school year. WI'-it 1 . . . . . :' 4' -'32 " ,Q F2-iff 'Riff--ff 'fs .,- vs '. ,-N. 0 A sq- V, ggygfvyl 1' 'YJ ,....,wf"ff.1:f wg ,f -31-L ' 13, ,+, :W-1-:' . V 1 '-b- 5 H "EEF - .29 Lf"-1 - . n H.,-, , 5, qv..-.,. THIS IS EUREKA'S MAIN STREET IN THE EARLY l9Z0'S. lllllll We, the students of E.H.S. sincerely dedicate the 'TORNADO' to--'OUR EVER FAVORITE SPOT'--EUREKA. From the beginning the fundamental aim of Eurekans has been to place ed- ucation as a foundation or cornerstone of all else, because they have had the understanding and realization that civilization and the principles of democracy depend on a learned and clear thinking people. Having had the support and loyalty of Eureka in every attainment, we hav gone ahead, with afeeling of security and satisfaction, for we have known that- 'our town stands behind us and boosts us'--which gives us the necessary cour age to go ahead. 2. THIS IS EUREKA S MAIN STREET TODAY 7 'i Eureka we can only say Thank You for all that you have afforded us but may we always strwe that our hves may become as an illummatwn that others commg after us may see and be gulded by our hght Thus may we honor You who are representatwe of a llberal .md consc1ent1ous people that have so w111 lngly contrxbuted to our welfare m education In all s1ncer1ty may we ever smg praxses to You the Bu1lder of Better Educatxon and wlth Just pr1de and honorable apprec1at1on we now unlte to greet you 1n ded1cat1on and to say goodbye to another happy and successful school year 3 Q Q' 'fd FMIIIHY I fn H' W. C. KAMPSCHROEDER T-ig 5 X Superintendent of Schools JOHN E. CLENIENT Principal, Social Science LELA MAE HART Secretary to Superintendent JANE DENNIS School Nur se 7 ,JU W- LAWRENCE E BLAIR W Head Athletic Coach Commerce OSCAR SWEDE ERICKSON Assistant Coach Physical Education T D WHEAT Instrumental Music DONNA GRAY Vocal Music Mews? NELLIE SHULTZ Librarian HAROLD BROOKS Industrial Arts ' DEAN A HATFIE LD Mathematxc s GALE E BREED Vocat1ona1 Agr1cu1ture EUNICE NELSON Englxsh 8: Lat1n Sc1ence VELMA VLCEK Commerce ROSAMOND MORRIS Eng11sh 8: Spamsh PHYLLIS WARE Soc1a1 Sc1ence THORA L FOYER Physlcal Educatzon 8: Enghsh ALICE C ALLEN Vocational Economxcs SIN CLAIR ORENDORFF p N. -ez 'sf' NNIIM STAN FIRST ROW: Ila Mae Barnes, Asst. Editor, Kenneth Morrison, Business Manager: Pat Sew- ard, Editor-in-Chiefg Winifred Miller, Asst. Editor. SECOND ROW: John Green, Snapsho Editor, Mary Ward, Freshman Editor, Jim Sharp, Sophomore Editorg Irlene Rawlings, Jun ior Editor, Mary Starner, Senior Editor. THIRD ROW: Jack Pugh, Sports Editor3Jerr Steele, Hi-Y Editor, Howard Worley, F.F.A. Editor, Martha Rose, Music Editorg Eleano Cannon, Pep Club Editorg Judy Meredith, G.R. Editor, Ruth Harding, Artist, Virginia Pack ard, Asst. Snapshot Editor: Johnnie Hendricks, F.H.A. Editor. 4 Annual Staff officers at work. QW all MAKE EM BOW STINKY TWO HAPPY SENIORS TWIRLERS BUDDIES PATIENT? ORDERS FROM HEADQUARTERS STEADIES FROM WAY BACK BIG STARE CAMERA SHY LIBRARY RECREATION SOIv1E OF THE KIDS WELDIN STEEL CUTIE 7 V . .y .x if Q I A 4 I ff' , , ' ff A y . 1 A A IQ ' f we A A ' I A 1 ' ' A ll? - w Y ' , I Ng. " W A ' :R J '.:1 1 ' ggigfi w , ll N 1 3 O U I9 A K Q s, Y I H 9.6.1 4 'iii mrs? 91375. riff! 12... ? 5 W. I4 1 533.3 'fame -:LY 1-1 1.55 -.:,,,,f. 5' I JP :fini ' I ' 1 rf ,jg 1, .Q .-q.j 541231 19.3191 if 2' I: Q M. , .,, 252'-Q? " -- uf.- Two of our hard working proctors ALETHA SMITH and PEGGY ROB ERTS. PIHIIIHIRS FIRST ROW: J. Snider, G. Dimick, P. Leader, A. Smith. BACK ROW: B. Pomranky, P. Sew- ard, D. Knizley, E. Cannon, I. Rawlings, H. Hughes, L. Brooks. NOT PICTURED: P. Rob- erts. In YZ? S, i , Q 4- W,-4 -v- -'a':'- -1 1 11 vw? ,Q -va -C1 r 4 Y , Q ' ,,.,w..,.-1'.-yq1,y.9, '-,yy-. .nr v,,1.4.,-T. -,-,ffnr,., H211 ff, -', k. . 1.-A..-.f. 5-wzaf. V 4... 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Hafaifs-Y " QC Q'-sf U,'Eff.-H.' . ... .,.-... , - 8 XX f-S l 6 sc:-se 'EM 'ld sul' 'WN it M B111 James Pfesldent BILL JAMES DON Don Henderson Program Cha1rman HENDERSON Bob McCue Vlce Pres1dent Bob Dettmer Sec Treasurer BOB MC CUE BOB DETTMER We the Forty Nxners are very proud to be called Senlors of the noble school of Eureka H1gh School Wxth the able leadersh1p of our offxcers and sponsors we have become one of the most progresswe classes that has ever fmlled the halls of old E H S In sports we have excelled whether on the football f1eld the basketball court or the track f1e1d Our boys have gone to the state and come back wxth many v1ctor1es In G R and H1 Y we have shown a great 1nterest and benef1ted the clubs greatly 1n the few years we have served them Our Iumor class play was cons1dered far dlfferent than any that have ever been presented 1n the school before The H1gh School Mystery was a play of an ordlnary h1gh school and was enjoyed by everyone Our Honorary Soclety represents the top th1rd of our class It not only represents the scholast1c standmg of these pup1ls but also the1r leader sh1p ab1l1ty Our only hope IS that we may go out xnto the world and contmue to be Just as progress1ve always keep1ng the best 1nterests of the world ln m1nd We w1ll leave th1s school w1th the feelmg that we have bettered lt 1n every way we could 9 X f-I ' , ! mf - - a ? l K J Q 1' , . 3 l 'f 4 l 'V' i X' f i AA N fxg"I...-' igfrfiill' , , , . f L f, ' .-J 3 531-' ,L . , Rf ,V 74, " f . -I I s i-W - . M W If . X ' .1 1 !..-Cf.ff- L: 13, Gi lg' A .i A r , plzzy r-Qi? f - - .,, t, r ,iv "axi s .5 ,I , X l I ! I 1 , . ' lb ' ll 1 76? vm. it 0 O. 'Ei' 'Q-5 'Tag 1 313 Dv A S S WELDON .TACK BALL MARY BRANSTETTER MARY ELLEN BRENTON KENNETH MORRISON LYLE OLSON HELEN PAR KS DORTHEA SPAIN MAR .TORIE LETHA STARKY MICHEAL VAN!-IAVERBEKE JOYCE WILSON ,H 15 1 'Q 'T f i uni 43? 4. I -uni i S S JOAN SNIDER .TAMES TAYLOR LOLA BELLE LEWIS MERLE SOULE RAMONA CHUR CHMAN BILL PRATHER PAUL BRAND BETTY HARBOUR BOB GENE AGARD SHIRLEY SUE GORDON S S ILLA MAE BARNES NEVA MC CAMMON CLAYTON ROCKHILL RON D BALL PATR ICIA BR OOKS BILL SHARP HELEN PAT HUGHES JACK WEBB BEVERLY POMRANKY JOHN CHEATHAM .xi KV' MW' Sf IIIRS JOAN TOMLINSON BILL BRADEN ,ww QQ BILLIE JEAN MILLER BILLIE TROLL WALLACE SCOT T has-4 WALLACE HOFFMAN , ERMA PEARSE 4? WENDELL JACOBS L 1,-f' Q av- CS" VIRGINIA LEE PACKARD 'jsxgai ROBERT GASTON 3' 17 45 14 Sl S BILL HART GLADYS SAMUELS ALLEN LOVE MARY ANN OLSON DON BR AT TON R OB ER T LEADER HOWARD WORLEY MAR VIN BUR TIN CHARLES BRENTON JUDY ARGUELLES 1-5 f 'wal 'CITY f - 1 '95 """""N QSQ T au, W RIC HARD GAINES MARY LOU DUNN DEANE PETERSON LU JONES DON LE VIEUX ANNE HILLMAN C LINTON HUNTINGTON CAROL CROSS SHERWOOD EVANSON MARY ELLEN BROWN V On September 2, 1948 the doors of .H.S. once more swung open to admit he Juniors who have resolved to become he dignified Seniors of 1950. r T4 1 W! EINL - I I' - x! At our first class meeting the follow- ? bl, , 4 , .Ng ' if n. 5 um A 95 ' 'er- 1. 4 I. 4 ng class officers were elected: Presi- ent, Dave Pugh, Vice President, Judy Meridith, Treasurer, Dale Culbertson, fi 1 ' ecretary, Irlene Rawlings, Program Chairman, Bill Hartman. The student rg: ' 1 ouncil representatives were: Johnnie Mae Hendricks, Mareta Brown and avoy Snider. wi. T 223 Upholding the tradition of E.H.S. the Junior class presented a three act lay entitled, 'Brother Goose" on December 3, 1948, under the direction of iss Eunice Nelson. 5,42 Entertaining the Senior class at a spring 'prom' climaxed a year of 31392 .14 ctivities. The Juniors have shown their usual industrious spirits and have My een active in all of the school organizations. To our sponsors, Miss Allen, Mr. Brooks and Mr. Wheat we offer our incf-" thanks for direction in this years activities. fi ,. E52 , ,l 2 .. iii - MAE ' , , I J A 'ia'if:,gi.pi Ji ie, ,SKI-v 1-:'3g",,fq dfvfl..-33 DAVE PUGH . . . . . . President JUDY MEREDITH . . . Vice President IRLENE RAWLINGS . . . . Secretary DALE CULBERTSON ..... Treasurer BILL HARTMAN. . . Program Chairman ' S: Aa -..-I1-H .,g5' .jg'Qa.he5Us7:":?I:ifG:fg:ng5 y Ak .n,.U- . ' 33 ' I -5,-sa-4 ,.,-5 9 11i5S.',2'59i'-4 ,,":'N":gi:,'J:-?'.4t Pv' ff, , gig...-g5,gg3sgs55..fQ5f,e , Q . -,1 -'f1i,vE'f-.I ' J. ' r':.-"P iif13el'1'iv.il-ibjfr?-4TyAay-ai-K :ff 'Q ,wff.'-atv .rw as 1+-3 'f li J' ' ' . -gigs X . -v3i,,:ii,, 4, .EQ A :gi L- .Q gf :r Q M . . -. .pq 19 S S VIRGINIA RUTH DEAN BOB MILLER BETTY FISHER BESSIE SMITH ROBERT LEADER PEGGY ROBERTS ANNE AMELIA RUNYAN MARGARET FELTER Not Pictured H"l 36' be 1""1 Su 4553 0'5" ?" i I Q Jin . Q. if , ' , Ixi."F' 2' . we ,. ,ML ' we If ? iv 1-L X.. i504-lun mam: "9 W' . Us-' Di 'TL I X, . g ? 5 ' .,,,A 4 'x' if in s fl I2 'Pk 'ii 1, CROSS HAS GOT HIM 7. JUNIOR PLAY 3. ROUND MAN 4.RABBIT? 5. HALO QHAJ n 6.wAR PAINT AND ROUGE 7. WHEN YA SHIPPING, STEELE? 8."BUTCH" QGRANDADDY LONGLEGS I0 MRS. FOYER ll.MUsc1.EMEN 12. WHO IS THE STUDENT IN THE MIDDLE? I3 'RED' 14, SET! HIKE !! psi' ? Sl S RICHARD FRANCIS LOREN MC ANALLY ALICE CARRINGTON JERRY STEELE MARY ETHEL STAMER DRUCILLA JANE SMITH HELEN VOELMECK MARTHA SUE ROSE PI-IYLLIS ANNE HOOVER JACKIE BUMGARDNER lf ,Pi If I 34, SQ? DOROTHY KNIZLEY PHYLLIS JOYCE ROSE PEGGY MURPHY WINIFR ED MILLER BOBBY CAROL FORBES PATRICIA SEWARD .TACK PUGH ELEANOR CANNON JACK DOCHOW DON WARRELL Sl IUHS LLOYD OLSEN JOYCE SPAIN MERLE BRADEN SALLY SNIDER HOWARD AT WOOD BETTY LARCOM JIM DOWNING PHYLLIS WATSON RICHARD CREBO .Ill IURS DOLORES BRAZIL CLYDE CHASTAIN ELAINE ROB Y FREDA DAVIS PAT LOPP ETTA MAE BURRIS .TEANEENE FISCHER DEAN DENNIS BETTY MAE ROBINSON LORA BROOKS HARRY BREEN JO ALICE JOHNSON KATHRYNE WILLIAMS PAT T Y HODGSON MAYE BURTIN KENNETH NOR THEDGE ALE THA SMITH MARTHA HELLMAN .Ill IIIRS ,,.,X nJ,,.f" '2 an 9 J., War 'S 3 Jll IIIRS PATRICIA LEADER RUTH HARDING JOHNNIE HENDRICKS BEN OWENS .TUANITA HELLMAN MARETA ANN BROWN SAVOY SNIDER GERTRUDE DIMICK BILL DOT TS DOROTHY HENDERSON 1--:mummy c"j""'j':""-f he 'r 5 ,litniji by Q-Q CMHHIIA A project wh1ch had been only an 1dea for several years came to a br11l1ant reahzatxon th1s year 1n the development of the new hot lunch cafeterla Balanced lunches are served each day to a great number of students and teachers Mrs I F Campbell and Mrs Clayton Courter two very effmclent lad1es have very ably taken over the superv1s1on of the cafetena and are to be commended for then' menu and food preparatwn i Z5 51 e n, N -- 'nk . . . . , , 'H f, L ,MA . M c c, W my it A N , cfm, f i W I if Y y .W.,q,,.,V. ,W ,,.. cv? y X , 7 V . if kg g K 4 I ' 1 ,wa l - , . fl, lf' L, ' ' - I Qfffff 1 Q k ZVQAD Nlwv -4 'IQ' A 1 v I 5 n P me Asif- g, ,ZX CLASS HISTOR Y We the Sophomore Sophslof E H S do apprecmate the chance to say a word regard1ng our class We ve gone along as other classes contr1but1ng w1th grades all the way from A to F mostly we are proud of our grades We have been well represented mn all school organlzatlons and act1v1t1es and f1nd that lt hasn tbeen all work and no play for we ve had grand tmmes along w1th our accomphsh ments At our f1rst class meetmg we elected the follow1ngclass offlcers Pres1dent Lawrence Murphy V1ce Presldent Alan Leonard Secretary L1la M1ller Treasurer June Bum gardner Program Chalrman Paula Pedroja also John Green Sue Ba1rd and Don Cheatham were chosen as representahves to the Student Counc1l Dur1ng the year Sue Ba1rd was chosen to represent the Sophomores as cand1date for football queen As a class we have had a wonderful year together and beyond that we must say Fellow classmen you ve been swell to us freshmen JUHIOTS Senlors all It has been a year to remember but Tlme Marches On and we are glad to be m1dway We look forward to the next two years as bemg even better and we hope to do as well as other examples that have been set before us by Jun1ors and Semors We offer our s1ncere thanks to our sponsors M1ss Morrls Mr Er1ckson and Mr Bla1r who have been most k1nd and generous 1n help1ng us always Wlth only memorles rema1n1ng we now gwe you the relns fellow Freshmen and W 11 Journey on We are Sophs no more for next year we ll be greeted as Jun1ors Ad1eu untll we meet aga1n next year W 'uv fight lv :xr Lawrence Murphy Presldent Alan Leonard V1ce Pres1dent L1la Ivhller Secretary June Bumgardner Treasurer Paula Pedroja Program Chalrman 26 0 0 Y' Qs 'N 'X K fx --R V-L , C . . ., ' ' , . . . ' o u n 1 - - - - : ' , 3 ' ' . 1 1 A A 1 ' : ' , ' 9 , ' , 1 1 1 u 1 -- - - - 11 1 1 1 - V u ' n - 1 1 - . Y . . I . . Y . s - s 1 , 1 , ' 6 . Q - 6 fr I - 5.4-5' R, 1 I , A A 15 .ss X, W'- N Y 'g 5' if X ' W it Q 1 .Ll 4 G - -....-... 1 . I . . . . . ..... I I, Q Left to Rlght BACK ROW P Crumrme S Marshall I ONe1l C Rader A Leonard I Br1ce L. Murphy M Hughes V Morrms T Hudson M Egan C Hrllman SECOND ROW V Hmson I Sharp M Rose D Day I Farmer B Beal B Belt D Cheatman M Brooks A Shaw T Tucker L Mlller I Church Left to Rxght BACK ROW E Berrmer M French F Cooper P Arguelles F Bumgard ner B Rornlg M Gant G Sprague I Denmt I Ieffreys M Lobel l Reich SECOND ROW M Myer I Hawthorne C Mlller A Ralston R Brxce D Lewls I Burk I Soule K Kennedy S Barld W Churchrnan FRONT ROW C Gaffney P Pedroja I Green I Burngardner G Francls N Gravls T Texchgraeber I Sears N Montgomary Z7 -. - s -' ' I 512' .. I 1 U D' W' -41 ' ' I 1 L ' ..1. , T. Logan. FRONT ROW: T. Pomranky, S. Wallace, F. Chriswell, M. Vaughn, I. Broddle, f- I fx z -. S QTWAVQ? go 'NWN Q Q I cfu.-- S ...,.., S ..-. SAS C LASS HISTORY On September 7 1948 Freshmen tagged as green1es entered E H S They soon became acqua1nted w1th the school and the1r classmates They elected Wllbur Wygle Sm1th Program Cha1rman and Sue Stra1ght Jack Henderson and Tata Webb as Student Councll representatwes The sponsors for the class were Mr Hatf1eld M155 Shultz and Mr Breed We Freshmen entered whole heartedly 1nto all the school act1v1t1es The boys proved the1r sport1ng sp1r1t 1n football and basketball As we look back over the past school year we g1ve thanks to all the faculty and our classmates for mak1ng ours such a happy and successful entry mto old E ,Ns- W1lbur Wygle Pres1dent Jlm Dochow VICE Presxdent Dav1d Jordahl Sec Treas Donme Pat Srmth Program Chauman Z8 44 gs 3, 3 ,W on QL af 2' it fb I 23, C at . gk . T '-- A-' ....Q- 9 I y-- Y' V--V f "N- , E I I+ , if , Q X . . . Presidentg Jim Dochow, Vice-Presidentg David Iordahl, Secretary-Treasurerg Don ' ' .H.S. 2 H ld Left to Right BACK ROW M Polhamus N Stanfield J Cook J Henderson J James W Elliott J Downing B Hughes N Biles V Burngardner F Gaines SECOND ROW J Hensley S Wassell E Lewis T Webb E Ball J Evenson J L Hawthorne D Moon G Stringer FIRST ROW J Black D Martin G Dixon W Kunkel J Webb R Ailor P Mcllvain C Criswell B Raber 5 Left to Right BACK ROW: G. Johnson I. Chastain J. Brizendine D. Jordehl L Escareno, G. Klein, B. Weatherbee, J. Burton, D. Edwards, G. Stewart, J. Newby, J Colvin. SECOND ROW: J. Paul, M. Ward, C. Smith, S. Straight, J. Dochow, E. Hedges P. LeVieux, Carl Barrier, J. Campbell, D. Smith. FIRST ROW: D. Schneider, W. Wygle P. Dunn, Pl Johnston, M. Pickens, J. McMillan, J. Hellman, D. Whipple, S. Marshbanks. ' 2.9 eil? My .- ,I is 3 CORONATION OF THE FOOTBALL QUEEN Left to Right: Mike Vanhaverbeke, Eleanor Hedges, Dave Pugh, Mareta Brown, Helen Hughes, Queeng Ron Ball, Kingg Jack Pugh, Sue Baird. Crown Bearers, Margaret Basham and Freeman Gary Seward. fi ff Annual Pig skin Hop l QU' . Senior skit of Fre Same skit 4 D 3 0 Freshman Dance J-A sin' -. .-f,.,-yur-P' -I ' -m ,, .V 7 We s..q Q s...-4 fl X l- a MMS SNAPSHUIS Books are Just for looks The Rexall Hobos L1pst1ck gets 1n the funnlest places Noon gatherumg Freshmen Beaut1es Loafmg on the Job What s the bmg attract1on'7 Back to the ole gr1nd and a good t1me was had by all I-Iav1ng troubles Jack? What s wrong g1rls 'P Budd1es Annual Staff at work Ready for a sw1m W1de open spaces L 31 dr X Q3 J' 4 A we z S 1. ll ' il 2- It Il Q 3. lt ' ' ' ' I! Vw A k V 4. u ' n y 5. ll ' 11 I 6. H . - n 7. li O ' ' . II 8. . 1 - n 9. l1-- ' 'ii '-nk I K 10. u ' , i n 3 11. LA 7 ' ' N E X I 12. it ' N ' 13. " " E- 14. -- ' " 15. N ' N A1 . E H -" .S 1' - R , R ,gg I 1 lg.- 'F qt A' F lavgf' l ag, Carol Forbes President Mary Starner Vice-President Bob Dettme r 3 Representative of G. R. Secretary Representative of Hi Y Sue Baird Treasurer Representative of Sophomore Don Cheatham Representative of Sophomore Class Sue Straight Representative of Freshman Class Jack Henderson Representative of Freshman Class John Green Representative of Sophomore Class J'1m Sharp Sports Representative Tata Webb Representative of Freshman John Cheatham 32 Representative of H1 Y llllllllll Bob Gaston Representatwe of Sen1or Class Sh1rley Sue Gordon Representahve of Semor Class Erma Pearse Representat1ve of Semor Class Dorothy Henderson Representat1ve of Pep Club Martha Rose Representatwe of Pep Club Savoy Smder Representahve of Iun1or Class Mareta Brown Representatlve of J'un1or Class la 2 Cf? hs 4"b Johnnxe Mae Hendr1cks X 3 Representahve of Jun1or Class Paula Pedroja Representative of G R Virginia Packard Representative of F I-I A Howard Worley Representative of F F A .elf 33 at .It ak psf .54 Q Q15 1075 4:3-v HIRE RESERVE Under the direction of Miss Velma Vlcek and Miss Rosamond Morris, the Eureka High School had their G.R. Club this year. A large percentage of the girls of E.H.S. affiliate this organization. Meetings are held each week, The CLR. had charge of a few of the concessions at the football games this year to raise funds, and also sold Tuberculosis bonds. Two big affairs of this season, sponsored by the G.R., were the Father-Daughter Chili Feed, and the Mother Daughter Tea. 'Q '7 G. R. SENIOR CABINET. Left to Right, FRONT ROW: Shirley Sue Gordon, Sec., Pat Leader, Treas.g lla Mae Barnes, Vice-Pres., Jeaneene Fischer, President. BACK ROW: Pat Seward, Publicity Chairman, Winifred Miller, Social Chairman: Martha Rose, Music Chairman, Judy Meredith, Service Chairman, Eleanor Connon, Program Chairman, Mary Starner, Devotional Chairman. in '1 -Z7 '7-T XJ 3' : uv'-iv Q1 W7 G. R. JUNIOR CABINET. Left to Right, FRONT ROW: Sue Baird, Treas.g Anita Shaw, Sec., Janice Farmer, Vice-Pres.g Paula Pedroja, Pres. BACK ROW: Dorothy Martin, Service Chairman, Sue Straight, Music Chairmang Eleanor Hedges, Social Chairman, Phyllis LeVieux, Publicity Chairman: Jeanne Campbell, Devotional Chairman. 34 HI-Y Clllll PURPOSE To create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the school and cornmumty h1gh standards of Chr1St13D character PLATFORM Clean speech clean sports clean scholarsh1p and clean l1v1ng The H1 Y Club of E H S hada very full and prosperous year w1th a larger membersh1p than any other H1 Yclub 1n South East Kansas Under the leadersh1p of S1nCla1r Orendorff sponsor and Jerry Steele Pres1dent the club feels that they have made worthwh1le acluevements 1n carry1ng out the H1 Y Purpose and Platform The ear had an excellent send off w1th an 1nforrnal party around a campf1re Th1s Y enthus1asm cont1nued 1n ex1stance through b1 monthly rneetmgs serv1ce projects father on ch1l1feed monthly group attendance to local churches Jo1nt act1v1t1es w1th G R s attend1ng H1 Y conferences play n1ghts and other worthwh1le aCt1V1t16S HI Y CABINET G-0 1 1:11. A 'Iwi ,M nt Wallace Hoffman B111 L ft to R1 ht FRONT ROW Bob McCue Jerry Steele Pres1de e S Hartman V1ce Pres1dent Don Henderson BACK ROW John Green Wendell Jacobs M O dorff S onsor Sec Bob Gaston Bob Dettmer Treas Stanley Marshall r ren p 35 Y ! I so u ' ' ' ' . . . . .- . , . . , - . f' ' ' " .NN , ' s W 1 2 1 I if R B y RM ' as - X "' " vw .4 r- ' '7 . 1 MJ' fc, or A T W Ml 1 I X K . 'fr -ll' 4 . I : 9 Y ' 9 j ' , ' 3 . : , , .9 , , .s , . , . 9tMAKfRs 3 -Ella' Hlllllll HIINIEMAKHIS Ill AMERICA 4' Q5 NEW The Future Homemakers ofAmer1ca 1S composed of chartered state assoc1at1ons wh1ch 1n turn are made up of chapters 1nJun1or and sen1or h1gh schools offer1ng homemak1ng The pup1ls enrolled 1n homemak1ng and those who have been so enrolled and are st1ll 1n school const1tute the actxve membersh1p Prov1s1on 1S made for four act1ve membersh1p degrees of ach1evement and for assoc1ate membersh1p The off1cers of each un1t of the Future Homemakers of Amer1ca are elected annually The F H A 1S self support1ng Operat1ng nat1onally on 1055 a year member dues Dues for state assoc1at1ons and chapters are f1xed by the un1t The colors for the F H A are red and Whlte the flower 1S the red rose and the motto Toward New Hor1zons F H A 1S a new organ1zat1on 1n March 1944 the 1n1t1al plans were layed for the organ1 zat1on In .Tune 1948 there were 6 108 chapters and 2.37 133 members 1n 47 states One of the most outstand1ng events that the members enjoyed as a chapter was the tr1p to the d1str1ct 5 convent1on 1D P1ttsburg Kansas About 20 members represented the Eureka chapter Our chapter now has a membersh1p of 57 members The chapter 1S also supported by two mother adv1sors Mrs Cec1l Ward and Mrs Glenn Kle1n The chapter adv1sor 1S the Home Econom1cs teacher MISS Allen X QM F H A CABINET FRONT ROW Left to Rlght Anne I-hllrrman .Tohnnle Mae HeHdT1CkS V1rg1n1a Packard Peggy Murphy Freda Dav1s SECOND ROW Left to R1ght MISS Allen LOUISE Rexder Thelma Hudson Mary French Ida Belle Relch Mar1lyn Lobel 36 O I..w OA' Q' N-.X' 1.',f,f,! ,Y lf! un, I . 2 'Q' , 41,11 M I oe ,ll x O-P 4 4 fffllzllxx 11 0 X40 7: ,. Q Q. V 'Q' -s 'J Q 0 7 :J In f. A 5 ' A il A ' ,, ng y ' M 74 ., 1 . A fgfx R 'ZS Rx 3' arf HARMHIS Ill NIHIIIZA " 1 ,- 'JB THE EMBLEM The Nat1onal Emblem of the Future Farmers of Amer1ca f 1S Slghl 1cant and xneamngful 1n every detaxl Used by members 1n all recogmzed umts of the orgam zat1on lt 15 made up of flve symbols The owl wh1ch 1S symbol1c of wlsdom and knowled e the l g p ow wh1ch 1S the symbol of labor and t1llage of the so1l and the r1s1ng sun wh1ch 1S emblematlc of progress and the new day that w1ll dawn when all farmers ar t e ra1ned and have learned to cooperate All of wh1ch are w1th1n the cross S9Ct1OH of an ear of corn wh1ch represents common agmcultural lnterests s1nce corn 1S t na we to Amer1ca and grown 1n every state The eagle wh1ch surmounts the cross sect1on of the ear of corn 1S 1nd1cat1ve of the nat1onal scope of the organ1z.at1on U th f pon e ace of the emblem appear also the words Vocat1onal Agmculture and the letters F F A 's rv-Q kr' F. F. A. CABINET Left to R1ght FRONT ROW Lyle Olson, Treas, Bob Agard, Sec., Merle Braden, V1ce Pres., Frank Games Sentlnal. BACK ROW Mr. Breed, Sponsor, Don Bratton, Reporter, Howard Worley, Pres, 37 Q -5 ..r 2 ' E, 1 . h - in -1 is - xi x , ...Q 3 . - ' :i'1-51: A , 1 ' 54" . 5 JA :-.:, 1 If 1:-' 2 ' 5. I I fif -.11 . V ,V I 'fy --.' '- U 7 f fr.-1 In we-. ' wx , ,gy Y. Ti?-,' l -7- ,1F'.-X'-, " 4 ,q . 1:42, ' V - 1'-fe Y ' ,epgeg A . 1.--ary- I, . .-ffg qv: .qv E 151.13 " yell, v. l .. 1 3 , S y S . . . . . . . . . At ' ' PV IK li . . . - -s. nm, .il K- A K .- X , W .X Q ' 'M '- ,A 'U BAND PERSONNEL CLARINETS: S. Gordon, I. Hawthorne, .T. Green, M. Rose, I. Farmer, N. Biles, M Cooper, I. Downing, B. Braden, P. Eckles. FLUTES: J'. Meredith, A. Shaw, N. Crebo TROMBONES: T. Webb, D. Reed, H. Breech. FRENCH HORNS: P. Lopp, G. Close, M Haugh. SAXOPHONES: J. Steele, B. Hartman. TRUMPETS: S. Evanson, J. Downing R. Ailor, L. Gamblain, F. Farr, LL. Hawthorne. BARITONES: W. Hoffman. SOUSA- PHONE: H. Voelrneck, T. Logan, PERCUSSION: Pugh, S. Myers, B. Gaston, K Morrison, C. Cross. BELLS: N. Teichgraeber. The band this year is a small but mighty group, and has done a lot to keep up the school pep. They play for football and basketball games, pep assemblies, and the Tri-Valley and Music Festival. Much of the credit is due Mr. Wheat for his fine work with the band this year. TWIRLERS Left to Right: S. Straight, E. Hedges, R. Harding, D. Knizley, ' S. Marchbanks, P. -,, Q 5. 'wh LeVieux. , gf-'jf V X Y ,im jigs- ,if gmff, , 5fx.L.f5'-'QQ ,,,,r wa. 'f X P W 38 NIIXHI CHIIHIIS Left to Right, FRONT ROW: S. Marchbanks, S. Wallace, G. Dimick,A. Shaw, I. Barnes, M. Branstetter, J. Fischer, W. Miller, J. Hawthorne, J. Evanson, F. Criswell, C. Criswell, G. Francis, S. Sturgeon, E. Lewis, P. Pedroja, C. Gaffney, M.S. Rose. SECOND ROW: J. Downing, D. Martin, M. Vaughn, P.Murphy, V. Morris, M. Polhamus, B. Sharp, J. Hender- son, B. Russell, J. Green, R. Brice, B. Beal, T. Webb,V. Hinson, P. Mcllvain, J. Farmer, B. Raber. THIRD ROW: P. Seward, T. Teichgraeber, P. Hodgson, P. Lopp, D. Henderson, J. Sharp, J. Steele, A. Leonard, J. Church, A. Love, D. Crebo, D. Worrell, P. LeVieux, E. Hedges, S. Straight. FOURTH ROW: R. Harding, D. Brazil, J. McMenamy, J. Hawthorne, R. Francis, J. Dochow, R. Gaston, B. Braden, D. Cheatham, K. Kennedy, T. Logan, B. McCue, M. Rose, E. Cannon. FIFTH ROW: C. Rader, J. Brice, W. Hoffman, J. James, B. ' BACK ROW: T. Dettmer, BA. Hart, D. Henderson, B. Prather, J. Sears, K. Morrison. Pomrankey, W. Scott, D. Bratton, J. Burke, C. Brenton, D. Dennis, D. I..eVieux, J. Cheatham. D. Day, S. Evanson. This group is entered into enthusiastically by a large number of high school students. It has sung for the Christmas program, Tri-Valley and Music Festival, and other programs whenever called upon. This group is under the able direction of Mr. T.D. Wheat. f' HN Left to Right, FRONT ROW: C. Criswell, J.L. Hawthorne, F. Criswell, J. Evanson. SEC- OND ROW: B. Sharp, W. Hoffman, B. Braden, T. Logan, R. Brice, J. Henderson, J. Green, G Francis B. Beal K Kenned , D Cheatham, J. Dochow Mr T.D Wheat, instructor, A. - 1 1 - Y . , . . Shaw, accompanist. THIRD ROW: D. Bratton, D.LeVieux, C. Brenton, D. Day, J. Cheatham, J. James, B. Dettmer, B. Hart, D. Henderson, B. Prather, R. Francis, B. McCue. BACK ROW: D. Dennis, W. Scott, J. Burke, B. Russell, K. Morrison, B. Gaston, J. Sears, D. Worrell, J. Steele, A. Leonard, J, Sharp, Under Mr. Wheat's direction, the Boys' Glee Club developed into a fine and talented group. They made a fine showing at the Music Festival in Emporia this year. 39 Glll HUB 9 0 v J Left to R1ght FRONT ROW I Rawlrngs S Stra1ght .T Farmer S Sturgeon M Rose,M S Rose W M1ller J Flscher I Barnes M Vaughn SECOND ROW P Pedroja V Hlnson P Hodgson M Branstetter S Wallace A Carr1ngton B F1sher .T Dennett B Roblnson L Starkey G Dlmxck BACK ROW .T Bumgardner E Burr1s P LeV1eux Hele Hughes D Braz.1l D Henderson P Lopp M Olson V Morr1s P Murphy Donna Gray Instructor The off1cers of thxs group are Pres1dent W1n1fred Mlller V1ce Presldent Martha Rose Secretary Treasurer Dorothy Henderson Reporter Ieaneene Flscher L1brar1ans She1la Sturgeon and Helen Hughes in tn :QA Q .Q H 3 + rt . ,, IT x if I Y 1 l EXC ,I N., Q - I 'gg' T: U X W , P IT " I! Y V. 'T jg ' I l ' , : . ' , . ' , . , . , . ' . ' x ' I 1' U . 1 Q , . n 2 . l , 9 0 9 o , a , n . , n U , 4 , 1 0 l y s , 0 , n , . I , 1 , 5 Q ' I f- 0 Q . g W- ,L , ' ' . M 7 'Y 1 f . 7? l , f ,ir I , 1' -n , V I f - I ff I -Cf, ' ' , 1 . , . ' , . f, . , . ' ' Z , I . ' , . ' , . , . ' ' , . ' , I , n . , 4 , 0 . , 1 . , - , . I ' . . , ' : , . , y, .f . . S . X- I - y ya Left to R1ght FRONT ROW .I Polhamus B M1ller E Roby E Hedges .T Br1zend1ne T Te1chgraeber D Edwards D Martxn I Downmg S Marchbanks I Hellman SECON ROW Donna Gray Instructor M Plckens .T Colv1n F Cloyd N Stanfmeld .T Br1ce French L Relder M Hughes C H1llman E Barr1er N Montgomery M Hellman BAC ROW P Dunn A Shaw C Rader M Myers T Hudson W Kunkle I.. Ln w1s J Campbell K W1ll1ams P McIlva1n B Raber E Lew1s T Webb The off1cers of th1s group are Pres1dent Lola Belle Lew1s V1cc Pre-s1dc-nt Eleano Hedges Secretary Treasurer Jay Polhamus Reporter Jeanne Carnpbell L1brar1ans Anlta Shaw and .Ioan Dowmng Due to the large turn out of glrls 1nterested 1n group s1ng1ng MISS Gray our ver capable vo1ce teacher d1v1ded the g1rls xnto two groups called the Monday Wednesda Group and the Tuesday Thursday Group They sang for school Programs and the MUS1 FeSt1V3l 40 I SHVIBHS 6 9 We CHOIR FRONT ROW P Pedroja I Farmer S Wallace S Sturgeon P Murphy M F her M Branstetter I Barnes I Marchbanks T Temhgraeber SECOND ROW S Straught M Rose V Henson a g V Morr1s E Hedges P Seward I Dowmng .T Hellman P Hodgson BACK ROW I Burngardner P LeV1eux H Hughes B M1ller E Roby A Shaw L Lew1s .T Campbell D Martrn P Mcllvaln T Webb G D1m1ck Mrss Gray D1rector 0000 omrs TRIPLE TRIO GI 1 Amta Shaw Teresa T61CxLt ri-Ieft to Q55 TRIO Seated left til nixmller Standlng left tj? ngene Vaartha Rose MUY Starhes L a ane u h graeber, lstetter, Peggy Murphy Mzirgaret g n ary Ellen Mary Bgjzixce Farmer, Martha Rise' her, 5 . Rbssce, Paula Pedr0Ja' Accompanl 41 Q 3 A - 'J '-' - A , W 'iff '5 'I V -I ., 71 ., ., G i I IR -1 - tl ' gt 1. f J 77 I v r r C U l X 7 'Jn 4 A s Q 'Tl TY if Vaughn, J. is , .u I ,y .. , ,. n y ,. . ' , . . , I : . ' , , , , , A. C rrin ton, M.S. Rose, E. Cannon, W. Miller, - - 3 1 f' Q - P- .. L ,A x Q fx, Y l A O L JJ -- ""' . Z - 1 l. -1 ri I ' 8 'NYY' "BROTHER GOOSE" presented by the Jr. Class. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bill Hartman, Ruth Harding, Jeaneene Fisher, Don LeVieux, Carol Cross, Gertrude Dimick. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Miss Nelson, Directorg Shelia Sturgeon, Dean Dennis, Judy Meredith, Irlene Rawlings, Dorothy Henderson. Don LeVieux . . Jeaneene Fischer Ruth Harding . . Bill Hartman . . Carol Cross . . Gertrude Dimick X Kas, . . . Jeff . . . . Peggy . . . . Eve . truck driver Dean Dennis . Judy Meredith . . . . Sarah Dorothy Henderson . . . . Lenore . . Wes Sheila Sturgeon ..... . Helen . Carol. Irlene Rawlings . . Mrs. Trirnrner . Hy 'Q vi P x Air, "SPRING FEVER' presented by the Senior Class. FRONT ROW, Left to Right Winifred Iviiller, Patricia Seward, Carol Forbes, Martha Rose, Billie Miller Eleanor Cannon, Miss Nelson, Director. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Morrison, Bob Gaston, Bob Miller, Howard Worley, Bill James, Jerry Steele Eleanor Cannon . Carol Forbes . Qasl . . Anne Purcell Jerry Steele . . Howard Brant . . . Lou Herron Bill James . . . Ed Burns Vivian George Bob Miller . . . . . . Vic Lewis Winifred Miller . Patricia Seward . Martha Rose . . Billie Nliller . Phoebe Purcell Kenneth Morrison . . Mr. Purcell . . Aunt Maude Robert Gaston . . .Prof. Bean Mrs. Spangler Howard Worley . . Dr. Dixon 42 place Regional l Tournament. ,I-A-1Q5ivF'f?E-fff Vai: ...Sl place Invitational Bas ball Tournament. K! 'wma lst place Tri-Valley- - Basketball. I H l H I ll " , saw. I lllllllllllllll ' 1' : I. 'Y BASKETBALL SCHEDULE I-9 Madison Eureka 40 1 ll,L Wi T Augusta Eureka 40 4 4 Neodesha Eureka 36 E.. 4 it Cherryvale Eureka 34 Humboldt Eureka 54 0 Burlington Eureka 43 , Fredonia Eureka ' 5 Garnett Eureka 45 it 'qiiwbii Yates Center Eureka 45 Cherryvale Eureka 48 Neodesha Eureka 38 Augusta Eureka 37 Humboldt Eureka 52 Burlington Eureka 42 Fredonia Eureka 39 Garnett Eureka 41 Emporia Eureka 29 MMV Yates Center Eureka 50 , xx 9-it ki as 2nd place Tri-Valley-Foot- ball. PH' cllln E-U of EUREKA!! -R-E-K-A The Pep Club 'started off the year under the able supervision Mrs. Foyer and Miss Ware. The Pep Club attended all the football nd performed during half-time at some of the games. club elected the following rson' Sec.- games a year the thy Hende , ' Repre- At the beginning of the fficers: Pres. Martha RosegVice-Pres. Doro tur geong Reporter lla Barnesg Student Council rothy Henderson. To lead the Pep ller Helen Hughes, heer o Treas. SheilaS ' Martha Rose and Do chose Winifred Mi , ie Hendricks as c sentatives Club in yells, the school Cannon, Sally Snider, and Johnn to cheer the Eleanor b came out name nt ders he Pep Clu 'onal Tour lea . ll season t d the Regi te Tourna- During the basketba boys "on to victory." The club attende and a great many members were able to attend the Sta ments at Salina to back the boys. 44 . T l l PH' lllllll J Left to Right FRON , T ROW: J. Bumgardner, M. Branstetter, D. Brazil, M. Brown, V. Dean, P. Watson, F. Davis, M. Burton, A. Shaw, C. Gaffney, T. Teichgraeber. SECOND ROW: B. Troll, J. Hawthorne, M.E. Brenton, J. Colvin, P. Leader, G. Samuels, J. Tomlinson, B. Raber, B. Miller, M.E. Brown, V. Packard, J. Farmer, G. Klein. BACK ROW: M.E. French, L. Reider, R. Harding, D. Spain, J. O'Neil, P. Mcllvain, V. Black, E. Lewis, E. Barrier, T. Hudson, N. Montgomery, M. Hughes, C. Farbes. Left to Ri ht g , FRONT ROW: S. Sturgeon, J. Campbell, C. Rader, J. Brizen dine, P. Seward, L. Miller, D. Edwards, D. Martin, J. Downing, S. Marchbanks J. Hellman, J. Fischer. SECOND ROW: M. Rose, S. Straight, S. Baird, E Hedges, P. LeVieux, N. Stanfield, S. Wallace, J. Meredith, M. Hellman, I Barnes, M. Rose, M. Starner, I. Rawlings. BACK ROW: E. Burris, E. Roby, V. Morris, M. Polhamus, J. Brice, P. Crumrine, P. Lopp, D. Henderson, P. Hodgson, P. Pedroja, M. Loebel, I. Reich. 45 C .:., .. v he i l an 45 ,V '3 Mm is V x ' Q. ,Q ,. ,a .. .5 Q' 'ZW I vmxufn " , .W fxffiw- , 1 .... jv.1f,' , . Mike Vanhaverbeke Halfback a .1 , . . . . .X 12 Q-v-ana.. .. 'Q Vlufj' ' 1 ., .1 L 1 .11 -j "din, ' ' , n, A I 'Wadi " 4. I V ' . , - ' ' 3 . . . b ., a-If 'N"l"f"'!'-ff. Q ji... w law ugh! 1 W- ' Lg.. W Ag zqf..',,.,, ,Ai .A '- 3 -. v . r . V . 197 'i ,el "W -gl? ",. 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'f .H ' 5 'wk John Cheatham Bill James Dave Pugh Tackle Tackle End 46 -, tp 1, 'X M I 5 U, 4, .' , ,ju . ,V ,x -al!'Q-Q CM-,Q wk ml,-:M pw Q1 mi M me .-swf 3 F .vkwv 3, a.f"'!U"1n ,Hd 4494 Loren McAne11y Jack Pugh .Tack Henderson Clyde Chastain Back Back Back Guard A W1 Agn han ear- "Kaur f Qu Marvxn B urtm Guard P a at 1,1 I '1 it M r, .X Xie! FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Mad1son Yates Center Garnett Mad1son Humboldt Fredonma Mad1son Burhngton E1 Dorado B Cherryvale Yates Center B Neodesha Yates Center E1 Dorado ?""'w ----'Qxg'Bf"A mamgiw -.pa E .-0 l v. ' 1 we 1 N Qfs ...Q ' ' x in , 'K l K N vxw H" ws' P ef. Q L f 5 U J C :V 2 E syn ins-M Xfz 'LWQ x g e VfI'vA4f ae n -.'k . Howard Worley Don LeV1eux Tackle End 47 Jack Dochow Back ' ,V 1 - at 5? a . L 'N C ,,,. .F A .. , x . -4 A at " ' ' ,, , , A P ' -1 it 't . . C, 'f"f"'V ' 4 Q N f iytf' ' ' -' ii - N. 'ia Q. 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V- ' Vx: -'y mag, an n A' -W Qs, . .f ' 'L h - 0 7 . ',r L. , ' tv N 7 . 1. 'Ju' ,.'J'1'lA. ERN: , 1 O ' V' A V 1 if- if fig. 'QT' ,".QT5l,g -,fx 0 34 ' V A - - o 7 . L . . . . Q 1 ' 1 : : ' 1 . 3, 2 1 J , I ' H " wa x: it . iff- W L 5 iw Left to Right, FRONT ROW: J. Dochow, J. Evanson, F. Bumgardner, B. Hartman, R. Ailo B. Weatherbee, J. Broddle, F. Criswell, J.L. Hawthorne, D. Dennis. SECOND ROW: M John Clement, Principal, B. Beal, D. Cheatham, J. Jeffreys, D. Day, C. Kennedy, J. Newb F. Gaines,B. Dotts, J. Dochow, J. Sears, D. Whipple. THIRD ROW: L. McAnally, J. Steel C. Chastain, D. Henderson, L. Murphy, B. McCue, R. Francis,D. Vanhaverbeke, J. Shar J. Pugh, B. Sharp, W. C. Kampschroeder. FOURTH ROW: Coach Lawrence Blair, Henderson, S. Snider, D. LeVieux, M. Burtin, J. Cooper, D. Pugh, R. Ball, H. Worley, James, J. Cheatham, D. Culbertson, Assistant Coach "Swede" Erickson. FIFTH RO Mgr. J. James, W. Elliott, E. Ball, G. Stringer, S. Evanson,R. Gaines, J. Cook, B. Hughe J. Francis, T. Tucker, J. Webb. The athletics this year under the able supervision of Coach Lawrence Blair and Oscar "Swede" Erickson turned out to be a successful year but heartbreaking in some instances. In football this year their were - five fellows who made the all Tri- Valley first team and three who made honorable mention, first team, Don Henderson, end, Dale Culbertson, guardg Savoy Snider, centerg Jerry Steele, half, Ron Ball, fullback, Hon- orable mentiong Bill James, Bob McCue, and Dwain Vanhaverbeke. ,M -.rg This year proved to be a success- ful year for the 13 senior lettermen who have played their last of football for "Ole EHS!" In basketball this year we came off to good start by defeating 12 teams before unlucky 13 came up, Neodesha beating us one point. Coach Blair and "Swede" except to lead us on to the state this year. Seven men on the basketball squad are seniors five of them being starters. 48 SPIIIHS Regional Champs receive their trophy. Off to State. Off to Salina with a hearty yell. '11, ya? llll-VAlllY CHAMPS :nl ., Aw' fail fy vlilaj 'vii Xi 5 741 :XX FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Donnie Hendersong Mike Vanhaverbeke, Bob Dettmer, McCue, Dale Culbertson. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Coach, Lawerence Blair, Savoy Snider Wendell Jacobs, Jerry Steele, John Cheatham, Jack Cooper, Asst. Coach, "Swede" Eric .mflfff 4' N1 if 4 GRE' 4 llx FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Vanhaverbeke, D. Henderson, S. Snider, W. Jacobs, B Dettmer, J. Cheatham, J. Cooper, D. Culbertson, B. McCue, J. Steele. SECOND ROW Left to Right: Principal, Mr. Clement, Supt., Mr. Kampschroederg T. Pomranky, Murphy, A. Leonard, J. Sears, D. Day, D. LeVieux, S. Marshall, J. Henderson, J. J. Broddle, Asst. Coach, "Swede" Erickson. BACK ROW, Left to Right: M. Burton, Manager J. Evenson, G. Stringer, C. Wassel, D. Jordahl, J. James, C. Cooper, J. Dochow, D Whipple, J. Cook, J.L. Hawthorne, Coach, Lawerence Blair. 50 IHAIIK SIIIIAII i ix 2 A 1 A Q 13 n 2: if f. Q A - .-- ... 3, 1, A ' - 1 Y .. I 9 I .A W' 6 is 45? fe.ai'Q1Q' 'P :F P N. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. Stewart, F. Criswell, J. Jeffries, W. Wygle I-I. Troll, S. Evanson, J. Webb, J. Evanson, J. Broddle, J.L. Hawthorne D. Criswell, M. Egan, L. Thorne, F. Bumgardner, D. Whipple, A. Leonard SECOND ROW: CoachBlair, D. Culbertson, S. Snider, J. Steele, B. James B. Dotts, D. Pugh, D. Vanhaverbeke, W. Jacobs, B. Dettmer, D. Hender- son, L. Murphy, R. Francis, C. Brenton, M. Burton, Asst. Coach Erickson THIRD ROW: B. Beal, H. Worley, J. Cheatham, R. Gaines, R. Russell B. Russell, J. Cooper, K. Kennedy, D. Cheatham, D. LeVieus, D. Day J. Sears, S. Marshall, C. Cooper, J. James, H. Breech. FOURTH ROW' F. Gaines, G. Stringer, W. Hoffman, P. Johnson, J. Cook, S. Wassell J. Newby, D. Jordahl, C. Troll, J. Dochow, J. Burke, J. Henderson, J. Duchow, B. Hughes, D. Dennis. NOT PICTURED: B. McCue, C. Chastain, C. Huntington, T. Pomranky. - D A large number of boys from each class made up this year's track squad. The Track Team made a fine showing this year under the able coaching of Coach Blair and Asst. Coach Erickson. 52 f ! AIIIINM H0 llll SIHIIHY .r"fy3', A R in M ' 1' Q: W NS' 3' . A F 4 Y -5' AQ FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Winifred Miller, Dorothy Knizley, Carol Forbes, Patricia Seward, lla Mae Barnes, Shirley Sue Gordon. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Wallace Hoffman, Kenneth Morrison, Bob Miller, Bob Dettmer, Wendell Jacobs, Bill James. These seniors were elected to the National Honor Society for '48-'49. Each year fifteen percent of the graduating class is elected to membership in this society by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. 53 'K-Im IHPIIISI TAIIVI Sllllll IS 'NTP Carol Forbes Jerry Steele Shirley Gordon Wendell Jacobs A J1 P , Q., 55. aa., lQAl , Ylle,l c ,ll' W 5 . ,. -gg. V. ,,,' N, I lla Mae Barnes Bob McCue Martha Sue Rose Bill James Eight students, four boys and four girls, were elected as representatvie students of Eureka High. The Student Council drew up a preliminary list of seniors to be voted on by the entire student body on the basis of personality, citizenship, leadership and service. It is customary that three boys and three girls be elected each year as representative students of EHS, but this year four boys and four girls were elected because of a very close vote. 54 Sl lllll ACTIVITIES GENERAL COURSE ANN BRANSTETTER 1 2 3 4 Lxbrary Staff 1 A Cappella Cholr 4 ee ub 1 2 3 4 Musxc Festxval 1 2 3 4 Pep P H A 4 Mxxed Chorus 4 Photography Club 2 ATRICIA SEWARD ual Staff4 Edltor ln Cbxef 4 G R l 2 3 4 ablnet 2 4 Lxbrary Staff 1 A Cappella Cho1r lee Club 2 3 Musxc Festxval 2 3 4 Scxence Club 2 Club 2 3 Proctor 3 Class P a 3 4 Mxx horus 3 4 ANNE RUNYAN G R 1 2 3 4 L1braryStaff2 Pep Club 3 Proctor 4 WALLACE SCOTT Y 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 GLADYS SAMUELS 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Muslc Festxva Pep ub 4 F CHAS E BRENTON T ack l 2 3 4 lub l Ca xnet 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Musxc FCSt1VBl 2 Sc1ence Club 2 F F A 3 Mxxed Chorus 2 3 4 ILA MAE BARNES nnual Staff 4 Asst Edxtor 4 G R Cabxnet 2 3 4 Vxce Pres 4 A Cappella Cho1r4 Glee C ub 1 2 3 4 MUSICFCSCIVBI 1 2 3 4 Pep Club l 4 StudentCounc1l 3 ClassPlay 3 M1xedChorus2 JOHN CHEATHAM Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Track ub 3 2 3 4 Glee C 4 Musxc FeSC1VB1 3 4 Pep Club 1 Student Councxl 4 LOLA BELLE LEWIS G R 3 4 A Cappella Choxr 4 Glee Club 3 4 Musxc F stxval 3 4 Pep Club 4 F H A 4 JOAN SNIDER roctor 4 F H A RON BALL Basketball l Football 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 E Clu H1 Y 1 2 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Musxc Festxva BILLIE TROLL 4 Tre CLAYTON ROCKHILL rack 3 ee u Pres 3 Mxxed Chorus 2 3 4 JACK DOCHOW Football 4 ub 3 4 Glee u 3 Musxc Festxval 4 BEVERLY POMRANKY 1 A CappellaCho1rl Band l Orchestra 1 Glee Club 1 Transferred to Houghton Lake l Transferred back MARY ELLEN BRENTON Scxenc ub 2 e lub 4 HELEN HUGHES Class 1cer 3 Sec T eas 3 2 3 4 Lxlra Staff 1 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Vlce Pr s 3 Musxc Fest1 v 1 2 3 4 PepClubl 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Proctor 4 BILL SHARP nnual Staff 2 F otball l 2 C ub Y 4 Glee Cl 4 Class Pla NORA JOYCE WILSON C RICHARD FRANCIS Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 Track 2 3 4 F Club H Y 4 Glee C ub 2 3 4 Musxc Festlval Mxxed Chorus 2 3 4 LOREN MC ANELLY Basketball l 2 3 Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 Class O 1cer 2 V1ce Pres 2 ub Glee Club 3 Musxc Festxval 3 INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE PAUL BRAND Basketball l 2 ootball l 2 Ban Glee Club 1 2, Muslc Festxval 1,2 GENERAL COURSE fConl I BOB MILLER ack 1 3 lass Offlcer 2 Pres 2 Glee Club 1 2 Musxc Ensembles 2 Scxemce Club Class Play 3 4 F F A 3 Mlxed Chorus 2 ALLEN C LOVE Y 4 Glee ub 1 3 4 Muslc Fest val LYLE OLSON Y 4 Treas DON HENDERSON sketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Tra k 1 Class 0ff1Cer 4 Program Chaxrman 4 E C ub Y H1 Y Cabxne 4 Glee C ub Muslc Festxval 3 4 Mlxed Chorus JACKIE BUMGARDNER 3 4 Llbrary Sta Glee Club Musxc Festxval 1 2 3 4 Pep Club F 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 4 DONALD D BRATTON ack 4 Hx Y 3 4 Gle Club l 2 3 4 Mus Festlval 4 F F A 4 Reporter 4 Mxxed Chorus PEGGY ROBERTS Transferred from Toronto 2 G R 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 Proctor 3 4 PEGGY MURPHY 1 2 3 4 A Cappella Cho1r 1 4 Glee C u Music Festxval 1 3 4 Muslc Ensembles 1 3 4 p ub 1 3 4 F H A 4 Mlxed Ch us JUDY ARGUELLES 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Musxc Festxva 1 ep Club 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 4 BOB LEADER H1 Y 1 Lxbrary Staff 1 Sc1ence Club 1 BOB AGARD asketball l Football 1 T ack 2 H1 Y MARVIN BURTIN F otball 3 4 Track 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 H1 Y Cabxnet 3 F A 3 Vxce Pres 3 E Club 4 Basket.ballMgr 4 JACK PUGH Annual Staff 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Club 3 4 H1 Y 4 Band 1 3 4 Orc t a 1 3 Musxc Fest1val 1 3 4 Student Councxl 4 Camera Club 2 VICC Pres 2 DON WORRELL ootball 2 3 H Y 1 4 Gle Cl 2 3 4 Mus stxval l 2 3 4 JACK O WEBB Veteran of World War II BETTY LOU FISHER 2 3 4 Lxbrary Staf Muslc Festival 4 VIRGINIA DEAN G R I 4 Orchestra 1 Pep C ub VIRGINIA LEE PACKARD nnual Staff 4 G R axr 2 G ee C u 2 Musxc FCSCIVHI 1 2 e Club 3 4 Student Councxl 4 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 Transierred from Ottawa 3 BILLIE MILLER G R 4 A Cappel1aCho1r4 Glee Club 4 Muslc Fest1 v l 4 Pep Club 4 Class P ay 4 Transferred from wlChlf8 3 MERLE SOULE Y BILL PRATHER Basketball 1 ootball 1 2 3 H Y 1 2 4 Glee C 1 3 4 Musxc Fest1val 4 Sc1ence Club 2 JAMES TAYLOR Lxbrary Staff 3 BETTY HARBOUR G R 3 4 Transferred from Clearwater 3 ee Club 1 2 3 G R C b 2 Wors 1p A res .RY ,R, , , , 3 ' 3 ' 5 Tr , 5 C 5 ' , . 5 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 l Cl , , , 5 ' ' , , , 5 Club . 3 1 9 ' - 1: ,45 '., . 5 ' 5 . . 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